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Austrian Ski Jive Spectacular

Nights: 7 nights

Dates: 10/03/2018 to 17/03/2018

Holiday Code: JIV1749

from 799 GBP per person - flight included

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Ski, apres-ski and Jive! Ski-Jive is the perfect winter antidote to the heat of the late summer Ceroc MedFest and a fantastic value ski holiday on the market.

SEE THE VIDEO https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kFLLqtCesiY 

The skiing is high quality with access to one of Europe's largest connected ski areas just 10 minutes away; Hopfgarten is the second largest linked ski area in the world and we include a FREE DAILY SHUTTLE AND GUIDING for some serious skiing.

Our dance team is led by the dynamic Debbie Attwood and with dancing most nights this is going to be a blast.

In addition to daily ski-ing there will be evening freestyles with competitions, fancy dress parties and more.

Accommodation is in the Hotel Staffler, boasting an enviable position 150m from the main ski lifts and with restaurant, bar and lounge.

Ugrade option: Hotel Austria, roughly 50 meters away from Staffler. Please contact us for more information.

The resort of Niederau in the Wildschönau Valley is a top choice if you are looking to take it easy. Now joined with the Alpbach valley, the new skiing area ‘Ski Juwel’ covers a total of 145km pistes and has become one of the Top Ten resorts in Tirol. Take your time to comfortably explore Niederau’s local slopes on the Markbachjoch, before heading to the wide, open and sunny slopes of Auffach and then over the side of the Schatzberg to ski Alpbach’s slopes. Off the slopes there is plenty of fun to be had with tobogganing, snowshoeing or horse-drawn sleigh rides.

Within 10 minutes of Niederau you can be in the resort of Hopfgarten, where you can access the mighty SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental ski area. As Austria’s largest interconnecting ski area, there is access to 279km of marked pistes. Providing perfect intermediate territory, the skiing is seemingly endless, where you can ski all day without taking the same lift or the same run twice. The wide and open pistes are immaculately groomed, paying the highest compliment to all skiers and boarders whatever their skill level. 
 

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  • EXPERT SKIING BY FREE SHUTTLE TO THE LARGEST LINKED SKI AREA IN AUSTRIA
  • Free guiding most days for Intermediate skiers and above (if you pre-book the All Star Ski Pass)
  • Freestyle dancing 5 nights
  • Nightly Entertainment 
  • Return flights from London Gatwick (other regional departures available at a supplement)
  • Return shuttle transfer to the resort
  • 7 nights' half board accommodation in the 3* Hotel Staffler 
  • Upgrade option to Hotel Austria
  • Hosted by the gregarious Debbie Attwood of Ceroc UK
  • Time to relax
  • Welcome drink on Arrival

* Note: price is based on twin share accommodation at the Hotel Staffler.

NIEDERAU forms part of one of the Austrian Tyrol’s most beautiful valleys known as the Wildschonau. The village is ideal for all level of skier or boarder who can enjoy the slopes locally or further afield. The quality of skiing is superb - don't take our word for it though, go to snowforecast.com  and see what they say.

The resort of Niederau in the Wildschönau Valley is a top choice if you are looking to take it easy. Now joined with the Alpbach valley, the new skiing area ‘Ski Juwel’ covers a total of 145km pistes and has become one of the Top Ten resorts in Tirol. Take your time to comfortably explore Niederau’s local slopes on the Markbachjoch, before heading to the wide, open and sunny slopes of Auffach and then over the side of the Schatzberg to ski Alpbach’s slopes. Off the slopes there is plenty of fun to be had with tobogganing, snowshoeing or horse-drawn sleigh rides.

Within 10 minutes of Niederau you can be in the resort of Hopfgarten, where you can access the mighty SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental ski area. As Austria’s largest interconnecting ski area, there is access to 279km of marked pistes. Providing perfect intermediate territory, the skiing is seemingly endless, where you can ski all day without taking the same lift or the same run twice. The wide and open pistes are immaculately groomed, paying the highest compliment to all skiers and boarders whatever their skill level.
 

In town, At nearly 900 meters above sea level Niederau enjoys an enviable snow record throughout the season, both on the slopes and in the village. The resort is characterised by its picturesque scenery and friendly atmosphere.

Apres Ski is relaxed and informal. Niederau centre has a few bars and restaurants. The Cave Bar is open till late - part sports bar, part nightclub, part pool hall and a great atmosphere.

For a traditional Tyrolean atmosphere divert from the home run to Niederau to Tenladen and discover the Bichlwirt – the Wildschonau’s oldest Gasthof. Alternatively the recently completed Gipfo Hit at the top of Auffach offers a nice alternative to the traditional mountain restaurants on offer.
 

Austria*** (Half Board) (Upgrade) 

 Surrounded by the Kitzbühel Alps, Hotel Austria is 50 metres from the Markbachjoch Ski Area. It offers a cosy lounge with an open fireplace, an indoor pool, a sauna, and a restaurant serving traditional and international cuisine.

Decorated with rustic wood-furnishings, the rooms feature a seating area with a TV, and a private bathroom with a shower. All rooms have a balcony offering a view of the surrounding Alpine landscape.

Hotel Austria has a terrace offering scenic mountain views. Buffet breakfast and free private parking are also available. The wellness area also features a steam room and 2 infrared saunas.

You can find a library and an elevator on site. Ski equipment can be rented on site and a sports shop is located in the hotel's building. Wi-Fi is available against a surcharge.

Staffler*** (Half Board) (Included) 

THE STAFFLER occupies a unique and enviable position in the heart of Neiderau. The hotel is less than 150 meters from the main ski lifts and nursery slopes and 50 meters from the resort centre, ski school office and equipment hire shop.

The hotel is one of the resorts oldest. It was built in 1927 by Heinz Staffler. Underneath is a Neiderau institution – the Cave Bar, a lively and popular Apres Ski and late night bar and nightclub. The Staffler offers guests a relaxed and informal, chalet style atmosphere.

Rooms are simply furnished and have private bathrooms with baths or showers and twin or Austria twin beds. A number can accommodate a third bed and some have balconies. There are also a limited number of interconnecting family rooms and others with double beds and bunks-again ideal for families with small children and for groups.

On the ground floor is a reception area, bar and lounge offering picturesque mountain views and a bright dining room. Rooms occupy the first, second and third floors of the hotel.

A tasty continental buffet breakfast is served each morning. In the evening there is a choice of three-course dinner. A typical menu includes homemade soup every night – the hotel is famous for it! -  full roast dinner (on Sunday) with meat loaf/vegetarian gravy and veg. followed by sticky toffee pudding and custard.

The Staffler offers:


• A relaxed home from home atmosphere
• An enviable position less than 150 meters from the slopes
• Continental buffet breakfast every day
• Home cooked three course evening meal
• Friendly and helpful English speaking staff
• Complimentary Internet Access
* Bar and dance space within the hotel

Ski, apres-ski and Jive! Ski-Jive is the perfect winter antidote to the heat of the late summer Ceroc MedFest and a fantastic value ski holiday on the market.

SEE THE VIDEO https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kFLLqtCesiY 

The skiing is high quality with access to one of Europe's largest connected ski areas just 10 minutes away; Hopfgarten is the second largest linked ski area in the world and we include a FREE DAILY SHUTTLE AND GUIDING for some serious skiing.

Our dance team is led by the dynamic Debbie Attwood and with dancing most nights this is going to be a blast.

In addition to daily ski-ing there will be evening freestyles with competitions, fancy dress parties and more.

Accommodation is in the Hotel Staffler, boasting an enviable position 150m from the main ski lifts and with restaurant, bar and lounge.

Ugrade option: Hotel Austria, roughly 50 meters away from Staffler. Please contact us for more information.

The resort of Niederau in the Wildschönau Valley is a top choice if you are looking to take it easy. Now joined with the Alpbach valley, the new skiing area ‘Ski Juwel’ covers a total of 145km pistes and has become one of the Top Ten resorts in Tirol. Take your time to comfortably explore Niederau’s local slopes on the Markbachjoch, before heading to the wide, open and sunny slopes of Auffach and then over the side of the Schatzberg to ski Alpbach’s slopes. Off the slopes there is plenty of fun to be had with tobogganing, snowshoeing or horse-drawn sleigh rides.

Within 10 minutes of Niederau you can be in the resort of Hopfgarten, where you can access the mighty SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental ski area. As Austria’s largest interconnecting ski area, there is access to 279km of marked pistes. Providing perfect intermediate territory, the skiing is seemingly endless, where you can ski all day without taking the same lift or the same run twice. The wide and open pistes are immaculately groomed, paying the highest compliment to all skiers and boarders whatever their skill level. 
 

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Yes! This is the ultimate activity holiday with first class skiing and probably the best-value ski holiday on the market. Suitable for all ski levels, from complete beginner to advanced, nursery slopes are wide, gentle and perfect to learn on whilst the nearby advanced slopes offer the best skiing in Austria. Not only do you get to do some serious skiing in the beautiful Austrian Tyrol, you also get to dance in a stunning setting and enjoy some some great apres-ski, with freestyle dancing most nights.


 

Sample Itinerary
This is a provisional itinerary aiming to give you an idea of what your holiday will look like. There will be some elements which will change:
          
DAY 1
During the day - Arrive at the airport  and transfer to your accommodation.

Evening - Overview of the week; Dinner included; Welcome freestyle night and fun class in our private venue

DAY 2
Morning - Ski-ing on the Wildschonau Valley's choice of slopes, according to ability. Free shuttle to Hopfgarten for intermediate skiers and above.

Free time for lunch

Evening - Dinner included; Jive Freestyle Night with fun class


DAY 3
Morning - Ski-ing on the Wildschonau Valley's choice of slopes, according to ability.

Free time for lunch

Evening - Dinner included; Elvis tribute night and freestyle dancing

 
DAY 4
Morning - Ski-ing on the Wildschonau Valley's choice of slopes, according to ability. Free shuttle to Hopfgarten for intermediate skiers and above.

Free time for lunch

Evening - Dinner included; Jive Freestyle Night with fun class

DAY 5 
Morning - Ski-ing on the Wildschonau Valley's choice of slopes, according to ability. Free shuttle to Hopfgarten for intermediate skiers and above.

Free time for lunch

Evening - Dinner included; night out at one of Niederau's local nightspots.

DAY 6

 Morning - Ski-ing on the Wildschonau Valley's choice of slopes, according to ability. Free shuttle to Hopfgarten for intermediate skiers and above.

Free time for lunch

Evening - Dinner included; Freestyle dancing and quiz night

DAY 7
Morning - Ski-ing on the Wildschonau Valley's choice of slopes, according to ability. Free shuttle to Hopfgarten for intermediate skiers and above.

Free time for lunch

Evening - Dinner included; Jive Freestyle Night. Farewell Dance Party with dance showcase by your teaching team.  Themed fancy dress TBC. 
 

DAY 8
Transfer to the airport or rail station for your return journey. 

Dance workshops:  There will be freestyle most evenings with classes and a farewell party night. The dancing is suitable for dancers with some experience through to advanced dancers (we recommend that complete beginners take a few classes before joining the holiday).

All of our Jive events are gender balanced. We believe that gender balancing is an important feature of our events as it ensures maximum enjoyment for everyone. By nature, Jive requires a male lead and to create a successful event it is important for both men and women to have equal workshop and freestyle opportunities.

We work incredibly hard to ensure a successful gender balance. Sometimes not everyone turns up to the classes or freestyles but we know how important the gender balance is and it is top of our priorities.
 

Teaching the Ski-Jive workshops and dancing with you on the Ski-Jive Freestyle Nights will be Debbie Attwood from Ceroc UK.  Debbie brings her infectious enthusiasm and polished teaching method to Niederau. Debbie is much more than just a teacher; she will be hosting the trip and is a real party starter. Debbie will tailor the itinerary to you and ensure you have an explosive week.

Cuisne:  Possibly the most well-known of Alpine dishes is the fondue, a sturdy pot full of melted cheese into which you dip chunks of crusty bread. A favourite dish in the mountains of  Austria, France and Switzerland the exact recipe will vary according to where you are. The cheese melt is a concoction of a variety of local cheeses (often reblochon, gruyère, comté, beaufort or emmenthal), a little garlic and seasoning, a glug of alcohol (kirsch, white wine, or some local liqueur) and a bit of flour for thickening. You can then get variations that may contain nuts, mushrooms, tomatoes, chillies, and other flavours. There are also dessert options made of melted chocolate into which you dip fruit.

Food produced by mountain farmers, including various types of cheese, are local delicacies. Bacon and ham of various types are also Tyrolean treats. Don’t forget to taste deer meat as well as locally produced sausages. Local beer and schnapps are some of the best in Europe and we recommned the Zillertal beer.

Of course there is much more to taste in Tyrol, e.g. Tyrolean “Kiachln” and “Krapfen” from the Zillertaler valley. However, many traditional restaurants in Tyrol offer typical and home-made Tyrolean specialities.
 

 

On Arrival: You will receive a detailed itinerary.

Tour Host: Over the week you will have a tour host who will be available to help you with any questions that you may have. Whilst it should be noted that tour hosts cannot be present at every moment, their role is to facilitate as much as possible that you have an unforgettable holiday.

Overview of the Week and Welcome Drink: At the beginning of the week there is an Overview of the Week where your tour host will tell you about all details of your holiday. Also at the start of the week, Club Dance Holidays will invite you to be our guest to a drink.

Getting Around: You are responsible for making your own way to the dance classes and meeting points on the itinerary.

 

 

Banks and Money: The easiest way to buy obtain euros is by using a credit card at the cashpoints which are located at five minutes walking distance from the hotel. You can buy small amounts, as often as you like, at any time, without queuing. You will need to know your P.I.N. Bank opening hours are normally 1000 until 1700. Banks will change cash, travellers cheques and will sell you currency on your credit card providing the lines are open. You will always need to show your passport at a bank.

Tipping is generally common in Austria. There is no need to tip taxis but it is usual to leave a 12% tip at a restaurant if you are particularly pleased with your dinner/lunch.

We include freestyle dancing in our private venue most evenings as well as a quiz night, Elvis tribute night and a chance to enjoy the local bars.

Nightlife in Niederau is pretty relaxed and informal. Niederau centre has a few bars and restaurants. The Cave Bar is open till late - part sports bar, part nightclub, part pool hall and a great atmosphere. 

There's a great tobogan run which starts at the middle station in Auffach - free of charge. Just hire a sledge at the bottom and don't forget your lift pass. There's also a flood lit option closer to home. You can also enjoy a daytime or evening sleigh ride.

For a traditional Tyrolean atmosphere divert from the home run to Niederau to Tenladen and discover the Bichlwirt – the Wildschonau’s oldest Gasthof. Alternatively the recently completed Gipfo Hit at the top of Auffach offers a nice alternative to the traditional mountain restaurants on offer.

Kitzbuhel is within reach for a even more lively night out.

 

 

Flights : This holiday includes flights from London Gatwick. Additional regional departures are available at a supplement. We provide shuttle transfers from the airport to Niederau on the standard holiday dates when you book your flights with us.

You may also buy your own flight; we may be able to include you on our shuttle transfer if your flight arrival coincides with our departure. Alternatively we can book a private transfer for you at extra cost; please call us for details.

NB Its important that your holiday is confirmed to you by us before you buy your flights.

Which airport?  The aiport we are flying to is Salzburg.

Approximate airport transfer time is 1.5 hours

Flight times will vary depending on UK departure point. For late arrivals we will provide cold food.

Ski carriage is approx £60 return on all flights.


 

Making Your Own Way to Niederau:

We include flights from London and transfers to resort from Salzburg on the standard holiday dates when you book your flights with us.


The main airports for access to Niederau are Innsbruck, Munich and Salzberg.

Approximate transfer times are:
Innsbruck 45 minutes

Munich 1.5 hours
Salzberg 1.5 hours

You may also buy your own flight; we may be able to include you on our shuttle transfer if your flight arrival coincides with our departure. Alternatively we can book a private transfer for you at extra cost; please call us for details.

If you are arriving or departing on a different date there are various transfer options including taxi, public bus and car hire and we can assist with all of these.
 

 

Insurance, Visa and Passport Requirements: In brief, Insurance is a condition of booking. Visas may be required for non EU citizens. British nationals need a full passport.

*IMPORTANT - We highly recommend whilst skiing every participant wears a helmet for safety reasons. This is generally a requirement with most insurance providers in case of any accidents. Please ensure you ready through your insurance policy thoroughly and know what you are and are not cover for.

Travel Documents: You receive these 10 days prior to daparture. We also confirm the address and phone number of the hotel and the emergency contact numbers.


Weather:
Throughout the month of March daytime temperatures will generally reach highs of around 6°C. At night the average minimum temperature drops down to around -3°C. 

If we are lucky we will get some nice warm tanning weather and normally we would expect some snow during the week, with night time temperatures dropping to minus 3 to 7 degrees.

What to wear for dancing:  We recommend that you bring shoes with a leather sole for the dance classes and the evenings. Your shoes should be comfortable and supportive. Wear lightweight cotton socks to avoid sweaty and blistered feet!  Wear comfortable loose clothing for the classes.  We expect the Freestyle Nights to be quite dressy so bring some glam gear with you for the evenings!

Ski Equipment

This can be hired locally. Alternatively, we can arrange ski carriage with your airline for approximately £60 each way.